I gave some credit last week to fellow Pioneer reps Curtis & Ron for some P98555HR that yielded 246.6 bu. Looked good at the time.
On Monday they lost the title to Gerald Kodde, a customer of mine, whose plot of P0474HR yielded 246.9 bu /acre.
The P0216HR was OK too. It yielded 242.3 bu/acre.
The P9760HR was a measly 233.3 bu/acre.
In fact, the plot average across 9 hybrids was 235 bu/acre. Each strip was 2/3 of an acre, the full length of the field. In 26 years in the corn business, this is the highest yielding location I have ever witnessed.
The question Gerald asked was "Where did this corn come from?"
There is only one good explanation. Keep going to church, Gerald.
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